Tap That App: Bring the charm of Polaroid to iOS
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Tap That App: Bring the charm of Polaroid to iOS

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A new app for iOS gives your images that classic instant photography look with themed frames, photo effects, and more.

Everybody welcome to tap that app I'm Jason Parker and this is the show where we check out the hottest apps in the mobile space. I have photo effects apps -- -- wireless device. When I found recently in its classic -- a camera. It really -- and it goes down it's called problematic when it does differently from other book and certificate and a classic or -- -- images along with several retro effects. To get started you can take a fresh photo which is an image from your -- -- total library. The first category is -- raise material -- to select from several styles of photo paper but all have that telltale Polaroid look. There are plenty of unique in any browser like rushed and marks and even ones that feature a strip of math and now touch the next -- on the bottom to add your facts automatic content wallpaper photo filters to give your image that retro look to -- -- -- -- for. You won't get any fine tuning adjustments in this but the featured filters are easy to browse and made that -- to look. Next -- the report. Here's -- you'll be able to add a title here and start reflecting through the available parks department like -- a color. And simply type -- the title here. Those -- remember Polaroid Cameras now are ready in the space the bottom was a common way to caught with. When you're finished you can touch the cloud icon to bring up social networking photo sharing sites -- within your creation -- the world. You may have noticed earlier that I have many more than twelve effect issues -- -- that's because -- -- offers three in app purchase packages -- -- -- and -- You buy one that adds several more classic Polaroid photo frames with designs when that gives you several solid color -- And when I bought which gives you twelve more -- to add some variety reports. Automatic goes for 99 cents and iTunes App Store and is worth the price for creating unique style photos you can -- You're looking for -- -- -- -- measurement. Error event happens after the artist Parker for CNET excellent.

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